Featuring contributions from The-Dream, D.R.A.M., and Sampha the album sees the producer take on some bold new directions.
He’s not releasing a new album but he is release something “just as important”.
‘Good Morning’, from SBTRKT.
If you walked into Sydney’s Centennial Park as the gates opened for Listen Out 2015, you probably stepped over a few guys being wrestled to the ground and arrested by undercover cops. It wasn’t an ideal start for them, though it did send a pretty clear warning to everyone else — Police were out in
Head here for the Listen Out 2015 set times! It’s officially here. After a few names leaked earlier today, the full lineup for the third annual Listen Out festival has arrived, featuring the likes of Childish Gambino, SBTRKT and Joey Bada$$. This year’s Listen Out lineup also includes acts such as Odesza, Alison Wonderland and
South London producer SBTRKT, recently in the country for a string of New Year’s festival dates and sideshows, has shared a brand new song, titled FLAREtWO. The dizzying instrumental track sees SBTRKT return to his experimental electronica roots and is the first new piece of music he has released since his latest album Wonder Where
If you’re only slightly familiar with SBTRKT there are probably three things that you want to know: his name, what he looks like, and how he pulls off a live show. Firstly, it’s pronounced “Subtract” and his real name is Aaron Jerome, a South Londoner who grew up on a farm and has gone on
Wedged in amongst the Sydney metropolis, the Domain was yesterday host to the annual New Year’s Field Day Festival. The stellar line-up delivered on what was a sweaty Sydney Thursday filled with epic performances and staggeringly overpriced drinks. After emerging artists Moon Holiday, Accaddamy and Kilter kicked off at midday, Thundamentals began dropping the first
South London producer SBTRKT has sold out his Forum Theatre show in Melbourne ahead of his January Falls Festival sideshow dates. Tickets are still on sale for his Enmore Theatre show in Sydney on 8 January. SBTRKT will be in the country to play Field Day, Southbound and Falls Festival, as well as his headlining
South London producer SBTRKT will be heading to Australia shortly as part of the Field Day, Southbound and Falls Festival lineups as well as his own headlining sideshows, where it has been announced he will be joined by special guests Movement. The Sydney trio have been making waves over the last few years, and pricked
BBC Radio 1 and its DJ Zane Lowe have been tasked with curating a brand new soundtrack for the 2011 Ryan Gosling film Drive, and acts like Chvrches, Banks, SBTRKT and Bring Me The Horizon are amongst its contributors. Each of the artists will be creating brand new songs for the project, Radio 1 Rescores:
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SBTRKT, the musical project of producer Aaron Jerome, has released the latest track from his forthcoming album Wonder When We Land. The artist, who will be in the country soon as a part of Falls Festival and Southbound, has today premiered Higher, a collaboration with Atlanta artist Raury. The track, which you can stream below,
The 2014 iteration of England’s Reading & Leeds festival has come to a close, after a massive weekend headlined by acts such as Blink-182, Arctic Monkeys, Queens Of The Stone Age and Paramore. As we reflect on the weekend that was, Music Feeds has gathered together some of the most exciting, confusing and interesting things
Tastemaking music database Hype Machine has compiled a special half-year Music Blog Zeitgeist, listing the most-blogged artists of 2014 thus far and giving music fans a hint as to who they should look out for over the coming months. One of those artists is Melbourne’s hirsute electronic impressionist, Chet Faker. Faker, whose debut album Built
SBTRKT, the musical project of producer Aaron Jerome, has announced the release of his highly-anticipated sophomore album, titled Wonder Where We Land and dropped its first single, New Dorp, New York which features Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig. The UK producer debuted the track on BBC Radio 1, telling the station it’s “a funny tune
Londoner Aaron Jerome adopted the SBTRKT moniker and dons tribalistic masks to maintain anonymity as a producer—to literally ‘subtract’ himself from the visible representation of his sound. 2011’s self-titled debut was fronted by big-name vocal guests like Sampha, Little Dragon, and Jessie Ware, but now the completely instrumental Transitions EP puts the focus back on